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St. Polten, 7 Europaplatz

€210 / pp / month

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About St. Polten

The largest city of the state of Lower Austria, St Polten sits in the northeast with about 52,716 people running (or maybe walking) around its streets. It's perched on the River Traisen in the north of the Alps and south of Wachau with oodles of transport connections from trains to buses, so that you can flitter away to another city at a whim. It's home to about 2,711 companies of which several are in the media niche, some are into making furniture and others into paper manufacturing. Here you will find everything you could possibly want to have a great life. There is a public gymnasium for those who like to be physical to plenty of educational institutions, such as the St Polten University of Applied Sciences (think computer simulation, media management telecommunications etc.) to keep the tech savvy youth of the town smiling. With the opening of coworking venues, the locals now have an alternative to a cafe to run to when they want to get creative or merely to get some work done.

Lower Austria is awash in fertile valleys and plains where you will find huge castles, abbeys and medieval villages, plus plenty of vineyards to explore when you don't feel like locking yourself up to do some work. You will have to brush up on your German if you wish to hang out with the locals in a cafe gossiping or collaborating in a coworking venue, as this is the lingo that is chatted throughout the city.

St Polten is no tech hub per se, but Austria is doing everything it can to support and nurture a startup ecosystem. Austria is seen as an "emerging hub" where international young companies can have a dynamic ecosystem with plenty of exciting things happening in the financial area, as well as the political arena, for supporting startups. It's said that the Austrian tech scene is young, fresh, mobile and attractive with one of the best qualities of life available in the world. It's offering a great location, a brainy workforce and funding support, plus well-developed channels of know-how transfer between companies and the scientific community. Austria has everything to offer the fledgling startup, the creative entrepreneur or the inventive soul who likes to sit by a fire slurping on beef soup in between doing bouts of work in a coworking venue.